Eco Printmakers and Natural Dyers

The practitioners listed here are actively working in eco printing. They are  generously sharing their knowledge about contact printing on textiles and paper etc. with plant and mineral pigments. Readers can find these artists online as well as through their classes, print publications, etc. When you use their information in your work, please acknowledge your source in an appropriate manner. 

If you think your link would be helpful for readers, feel free to send it to me for review at wendy.feldberg@sympatico.ca

Please email me if you would like me to remove your link from this list.

Eco printmakers and natural dyers

Arlee Barr http://albedoarlee.wordpress.com (Eco prints and embroidery)

Dr.Paula Burch. http://www.pburch.net (Dye chemistry resource)

Velma Bolyard
http://velmabolyard.blogspot.com (Eco prints)

Bonnie Bowman
http://ancient-craft.blogspot.ca (Natural dyes and eco prints)

Dr. Karen Leigh (Diadick) Casselman
http://sagepub.com (Eco prints AKA eco dyes; academic research) (Search: “In The Bag” in the Clothing and Textiles Research Journal. 2004, 22:15)

Jennifer Cooper
http://chimojennifercooper.blogspot.com/

Jenny Dean
http://www.jennydean.co.uk (Natural dye resource)

James Dennison
http://www.dipandstain.blogspot.com (Eco prints)

Irit Dulman
http://www.blogspot.co.il (Eco prints)

India Flint
http://www.indiaflint.com (Eco prints)

Michel Garcia
http://www.naturaldyeworkshop.com (Natural dye resource)

Dr.Sherry Haar
http://krex.k-state.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/2097/9118/Haar+Eco+Prints+2011+KSU+Sustainability.pdf;jsessionid=5CCF1EA53ACCE4C868E39E398BD79076?sequence=1 (Eco printing, academic research)

Lois Jarvis
http://www.rusttex.com (Rust prints)

Mona
http://treadgentlyontheearth.blogspot.dk (Natural dyes and eco prints)

Mary Marlowe Leverette
http://www.laundry.about.com (search: “natural dyes”)

Amelia Poole and others
http://www.flickr.com/groups/botanicalalchemy (Eco prints)

Leena
http://www.riihivilla.com (Natural dye resource)

Cassandra Tondro
http:// http://www.cassandratondro.blogspot.com (Eco prints)

Elena Ulyanova
http://www.pddblog.wordpress.com (Eco prints)

Pat Vivod
http://www.patvivod.blogspot.com (Rust prints and natural dyes)

Sandy Webster
http://www.sandywebster.com (Eco prints with earth pigments)

Trace Willans
http://www.soewnearth.blogspot.ca (Eco prints and natural dyes)

Celia Wilson
http://www.celiawil.wordpress.com (Eco prints with earth pigments)

Isabella Whitworth
http://www.isabellawhitworth.com (Natural dyes for silk painting)

Rio Wrenn
http://www.rionwrenn.com (Rust prints)

11 Responses to Eco Printmakers and Natural Dyers

  1. Jemima says:

    HI I have a blog which fits into this category. Your prints are gorgeous!

  2. carol sloan says:

    Hi Wendy!
    I am also a natural dyer/ eco printer with a blog. May I ask that my blog be included as well? Thank you and I love reading your blog!

  3. Amelia Poole says:

    Thank you, Wendy, for including me here. I have a new website and blog http://www.ecouturetextilestudio.com. All the best,
    Amelia Poole
    I love your blog – wonderful adventures with eco printing paper and textiles!

    • wendyfe says:

      Great name for your work and you blog, Amelia! Will change your contacts when I next update my blog, this week I hope.
      The “adventures” continue for October in Arte Studio Ginestrelle, Mount Subasio, Assisi-Perugia, Italy.

  4. Wendy,
    Thank you for your beautiful and informative blog. I work with natural dyes and eco printing also. I would love to have you link to my blog http://ancient-craft.blogspot.com or website: www. BonnieLBowman.com.
    Happy New Year,
    Bonnie

    • wendyfe says:

      Thanks, Bonnie. I am intending to renew my links to focus on eco printing and dyeing with native plants, whatever your “native” or bioregional plant inventory may be. If this is your main interest and activity, I will add your link.

  5. Mona says:

    Hi Wendy, thank you so much for including me on your list! Just wanted to let you know, that I’ve got a blog solely for dyeing (eco & native) – Tread gently on the Earth: http://treadgentlyontheearth.blogspot.dk/
    I like you blog very much – so much inspiration and loveliness.
    Mona

  6. wendyfe says:

    I LOVE YOUR BLOG, MONA!

    I am hoping to try yoy experiments with Japenese indigo. Thank you so much for the helpful info.

    Wendy

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s